Guelph Museums is hosting MunschFest on Saturday, November 8, and Sunday, November 9, to mark the close of the Much More Munsch exhibition. Visitors will have the opportunity to see the exhibit one last time, and participate in a number Munsch-related crafts and activities. Among the activities planned is a Munsch-a-Thon, in which museum staff and special guests read as many Robert Munsch books as possible over the course of the weekend. Guelph Fire Chief Shawn Armstrong and Go-Go Grandma Sya Van Geest will be on hand to read stories. There will also face-painting and mural drawing.
Guelph, ON October 20, 2014 – On Sunday, November 2, the Blue Rodeo front man will bring his solo project, the Jim Cuddy Band… Continue reading Lucky Jim Cuddy ticket buyers have chance for private meet and greet
The Guelph Public Library, along with the generous donation of the Friends of the Guelph Public Library, are proud to announce the winner of “The Robert Munsch Award.”
Guelph, ON October 10, 2014– Ted Outerbridge has been called a master illusionist and the most successful magician working i… Continue reading Master illusionist Outerbridge brings Clockwork Mysteries show to stage
Guelph’s John McCrae is one of six “medical heroes” being inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame in 2015 for contributions to the field of medicine and health sciences.
Guelph, ON October 7, 2014 – Fans of Jake and Elwood Blues will not want to miss The Official Blues Brothers™ Revue when it c… Continue reading Jake and Elwood hit the stage in The Official Blues Brothers™ Revue
Guelph, ON October 6, 2014 – River Run Centre’s family programming for the 2014 – 2015 season kicks off with a stage adaptati… Continue reading Stella comes to life on stage
Guelph, ON October 3, 2014 – Fans of funnyman Shaun Majumder will have the chance to take in the proud Newfoundlander’s stand… Continue reading Shaun Majumder of This Hour Has 22 Minutes kicks off River Run’s comedy series
Guelph, ON October 2, 2014 – Order of Ontario winner Justin Hines will be the first performer to grace the River Run Centre’s… Continue reading Singer Justin Hines opens Borealis Music Series with folk duo Ash & Bloom
Attention all artists! Guelph Civic Museum is pleased to announce a call for an In Flanders Fields Centennial Commemoration Art Exhibit. This juried show will be installed in the third floor temporary gallery of the Guelph Civic Museum, where it will be on display throughout the Spring and Summer of 2015.